Official name unveiling and launch delayed — Android O

Google gears up for Android O release.				Google Blog

Google gears up for Android O release. Google Blog

No reason was given as to why Google is planning a "spectacle" for the reveal of Android O's name. That is barely a week from now. Time to get prepared. Jared is enrolled in online classes at the University of Phoenix, and spends his spare time on video games and listening to music.

Even Android's senior vice president Hiroshi Lockheimer also took to Twitter to tease that Android O will indeed be called Oreo. Oh, and we still don't have a name. Are you a techie who knows how to write? This is the expected timeframe for when Google officially reveals the new Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 smartphones. Also, by using Android O you can back up your Cal history and SMS.

Picture-in-Picture mode: The new Picture-in-Picture mode allows the user to perform two tasks simultaneously. Unclear but we are certainly excited to see what this spectacle exactly is. That's something I suppose. Though that doesn't explain the space connection. This function, it turns out, has actually been in place since v4.3.

I'm really struggling now. There have been a number of speculations pointing at the O in Android O standing for Oreo. Good work. Leave the evil stuff for North Korea. It will magnify an image to 50% immediately. Prior to that, Android 6.0 Marshmallow debuted on October 5, 2015, while Android 5.0 Lollipop came out on November 12, 2014. Needless to say, Google Pixel devices will be the first smartphones to receive the update.

The major change under the Vitals umbrella is extensive improvements to the Android runtime environment.

But that's not all.

Google might as well launch Android Nougat on one of the devices, and Android O on the other, just to keep up with the rest of its OEMs doing the same kind of thing across product lines. What are you guessing the name could be?

Android O is the latest mobile operating system from Google.

Except that has been reported, too! In addition, Intel Edison and Joule boards will no longer be supported, as Intel is discontinuing them.

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